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This forum is designed for those classical educators who are already acquainted with the tradition but want to dig deeper and move closer to mastery and expertise. This forum is keyed in some ways to the Level 2 "Journeyman" teacher training on ClassicalU.com. All are welcome!
This forum explores the history, purpose, and benefits of the seven liberal arts, and notes in particular the way the liberal arts provide a kind of profound freedom to those trained by them. The forum is inspired by the Seven Liberal Arts course taught by Andrew Kern and Christopher Perrin. All are welcome!
This forum explores ways we can recover a classical pedagogy with a specific focus on mimetic and Socratic teaching. The forum is inspired by the Classical Pedagogy II course taught by Andrew Kern. All are welcome!
This forum explores the ideas presented by veteran grammar school principal Lori Jill Keeler in her course Effective Grammar School Teaching & Leadership. While taking the course is highly recommended, all are welcome on this forum.
This forum explores the ideas presented by veteran upper school educator and professor Dr. Christopher Schlect in his course Effective Upper School Teaching & Leadership. While taking the course is highly recommended, all are welcome on this forum.
This forum is for discussion surrounding the progressive approach to education and the history of progressive education. It is based on the course taught by Dr. Jason Edwards, A Brief History of Progressive Education. All are welcome.
This forum is for discussion surrounding the pedagogy of Socratic teaching and discussion. It is based on the ClassicalU course, Socratic Teaching, featuring several presenters, including live teaching samples of Socratic teachers in action. All are welcome.
This forum is dedicated to conversation surrounding the classical transcendentals of truth, goodness, and beauty. The forum is inspired by the short course on Truth, Goodness, and Beauty, taught by Dr. Steve Turley.
This forum is for those wanting to discuss introductory philosophy as a means of enrichment and growing as a well-rounded classical educator. The forum is aligned with Dr. David Schenk's course, Essential Philosophy for Classical Educators.